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Old 12-03-2012, 04:01 PM  
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Who's the Biggest Welfare Queen? Wal-Mart!

They force their employees to live off federal assistance in many, many ways. Flame away, neocons:

http://truth-out.org/opinion/item/13...ZSJi8.facebook

Good news everyone, after more than thirty years of searching by the news media, Ronald Reagan’s infamous “Welfare Queen” has finally been found. She lives in Bentonville, Arkansas.

“She has eighty names, thirty addresses,” Reagan warned during his 1976 run for President about a nameless, Cadillac-driving woman who’s conning the social safety net. He added: “She’s got Medicaid, getting food stamps, and she is collecting welfare under each of her names.” In total, Reagan said, “Her tax-free cash income is over $150,000.”

For more than thirty years, Republicans have used the existence of this “Welfare Queen” to justify their attacks on public spending and prove that the “welfare state” has run amok. Yet, her identity has never been revealed. After decades of searching, the best and brightest minds in the field of journalism were never able to discover who’s behind the wheel of the “Welfare Queen’s” Cadillac, or if she even existed.

That is until now.

We now realize our mistake. In our search for this “Welfare Queen,” we were looking for actual people when we should have been looking for corporate people. We should have been looking at Wal-Mart.

Wal-Mart is the largest private employer and brought in more revenue in 2011 than any other company in the nation. Wal-Mart pocketed a not-too-shabby $16.4 billion in profits that same year and the six Wal-Mart heirs, the Walton family, own roughly $100 billion in wealth, which is more than 40% of Americans combined.

But, despite making all of this money, Wal-Mart’s business model hinges on mooching from the government. It hinges on being the biggest “Welfare Queen” in the United States.

Because of the “everyday low wages” that the retail giant pays its employees, our government has to step in and provide public assistance to Wal-Mart workers just so they can survive…which is why the Wal-Mart workforce represents the largest recipient of federal aid in the nation.
A Wal-Mart worker makes on average 31% less than a worker for any other large retailer, and requires 39% more in public assistance.

A recent study by UC Berkeley found that Wal-Mart’s low wages are costing the state of California alone $86 million a year to provide public assistance like food stamps and healthcare to the retailer’s 44,000 low-wage employees in the state. The state spends nearly $2,000 every single year on each Wal-Mart employee who can’t afford basic essentials like housing, food, and healthcare with their Wal-Mart paycheck.

In total, it’s estimated that Walmart stores loot more than $2.6 billion every single year from the federal government in the form of tax-payer funded public assistance to their employees. That includes more than one billion in healthcare costs associated with Medicaid, and $225 million in free or reduced-price lunches for school children of Wal-Mart employees.

And now, as reported by the Huffington Post, Wal-Mart is planning to loot even more from us taxpayers, as the giant corporation adopts a new healthcare policy that will deny insurance for any employees working fewer than 30 hours a week.

Wal-Mart routinely forces their workers into part-time schedules, working fewer than 30 hours a week, so many will lose their health insurance under this new policy. When asked for comment by the Huffington Post on how many workers will be affected, Wal-Mart declined to answer.

Make no mistake about it, while it may be individual Wal-Mart employees who are collecting government benefits, the corporation itself benefits tremendously.

If the government didn’t step in to provide food assistance, Wal-Mart couldn’t operate with a team of emaciated workers unable to lift ballets of canned foods or count back the correct change at the checkout lanes.

If the government didn’t step in to provide health insurance, then Walmart stores would be a breeding ground for infectious diseases since their employees can’t afford to see a doctor on their own.

If the government didn’t step in to provide school-lunch assistance, then parents who work at Wal-Mart may have less money to put gas in their car and may not even make it in to work.

How can a business succeed with a sickly, tired, tardy, or altogether absent workforce? It can’t.

And while most businesses understanding that a healthy, happy, productive workforce is good for business, Wal-Mart hasn’t. Instead, Wal-Mart, with its enormous fortune, has shifted this responsibility onto taxpayers like you and me. They are, indeed, among the biggest of the big welfare queens in America.

The only difference is Walmart actually exists and Reagan’s “Welfare Queen” doesn’t.

With the help of “Welfare Queen” argument, Conservatives have targeted individual Americans who rely on public assistance as irresponsible and argued that it’s time to end the “handouts.”

But in reality, it’s time we target the actual institutions of irresponsibility in America – Wal-Mart and the other corporate giants who don’t give enough of a damn about their workers to pay them a living wage stick us with the bill for their well-being.

If a corporation can’t afford to pay its employees enough that each worker can afford basic essentials like healthcare, food, and housing, then that corporation – no matter how big or small it is – shouldn’t be allowed to do business.

No more corporate Welfare Queens in America!
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Old 12-05-2012, 10:25 AM   #121
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Old 12-05-2012, 10:26 AM   #122
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Why is it Wal Mart's fault that those people need additional assistance?
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Old 12-05-2012, 10:33 AM   #123
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Why is it Wal Mart's fault that those people need additional insurance?
It's irrelevant who's "Fault" it is. But the fact remains that Walmart intentionally targets employees that fit that profile, because they can and do take advantage of it. That is clearly evident. And it doesn't have to be that way.

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Of course, Wal-Mart’s presence is also likely to bring lower prices. Existing research shows big-box stores like Wal-Mart can use their distribution systems and leverage with suppliers to produce substantial savings to consumers.

However, to the extent that competing on cost produces negative effects on low-wage workers, this is an important consideration when deciding the “rules of the game” that big-box retailers need to abide by. And since wage and benefit savings are not the main part of the cost advantage for a company like Wal-Mart, it could continue to pass on most of these savings while paying higher wages and benefits. These factors should be taken into account by policy makers in their decision-making on economic development.

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Old 12-05-2012, 10:40 AM   #124
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It's irrelevant who's "Fault" it is. But the fact remains that Walmart intentionally targets employees that fit that profile, because they can and do take advantage of it. That is clearly evident. And it doesn't have to be that way.
Well, it does matter who is at fault when you're saying Wal Mart is costing taxpayers money. So what if they target those people? Are you saying you want some legal regulation that says Wal Mart has to give X amount of hours or something?
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Old 12-05-2012, 10:49 AM   #125
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Old 12-05-2012, 11:01 AM   #126
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Well, it does matter who is at fault when you're saying Wal Mart is costing taxpayers money. So what if they target those people? Are you saying you want some legal regulation that says Wal Mart has to give X amount of hours or something?
I don't have a perfect solution. But it's clearly a problem that needs addressed. I'd rather not apply any regulations if possible. But it's not going to fix itself.
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Old 12-05-2012, 11:12 AM   #127
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I don't have a perfect solution. But it's clearly a problem that needs addressed. I'd rather not apply any regulations if possible. But it's not going to fix itself.
Well that's why I don' know if it's appropriate to say Wal Mart is costing taxpayers anything. They pay the market rate for those employees.
Wal Mart would probably counter with, "If we didn't employ these people they'd probably require even more assistance."
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Old 12-05-2012, 11:38 AM   #128
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Well that's why I don' know if it's appropriate to say Wal Mart is costing taxpayers anything. They pay the market rate for those employees.
Wal Mart would probably counter with, "If we didn't employ these people they'd probably require even more assistance."
The lack of an obvious solution doesn't make it less appropriate to say. Walmart is not paying the market rate. That's been pointed out several times.

It's been proven that Walmart is costing the taxpayers. Read this nice detailed report from Congressman George Miller. It actually has some suggestions on how to approach the problem:

http://www.mindfully.org/Industry/20...ord16feb04.htm

Wal-Mart's Labor Record

CONGRESSMAN GEORGE MILLER
Democratic Staff of the Committee on Education and the Workforce
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Wal-Mart routinely uses taxpayer money to finance its never-ending corporate growth. A report commissioned by the House Committee on Education and Welfare estimates that a two hundred person Wal-Mart store costs federal taxpayers approximately $420,750 a year, or $2,103 per employee. These costs include:

-$36,000 a year for free and reduced cost school lunches,
-$42,000 for Section 8 housing assistance,
-$125,000 for low-income family tax credits and deductions,
-$100,000 for additional Title I expenses,
-$108,000 for state children’s health insurance expenses, and
-$9,750 for low income energy assistance

State and local governments also lose when Wal-Mart comes to town. A study commissioned by the Los Angeles City Council in 2003 found that Wal-Mart is a net loss for the communities it moves into. An influx of “big box retailers” such as Wal-Mart was estimated to cost an additional $9 million in state health care costs and a loss in pensions and retirement benefits so large that the increase in public assistance necessary to make up the shortfall could not even be covered by increased sales and property taxes.
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Fewer than half – between 41 and 46 percent – of Wal-Mart's employees are insured by the company's health care plan, compared nationally to 66 percent of employees at large firms like Wal-Mart who receive health benefits from their employer.[41] In recent years, the company increased obstacles for its workers to access its health care plan.

In 2002, Wal-Mart increased the waiting period for enrollment eligibility from 90 days to 6 months for full-time employees. Part-time employees must wait 2 years before they may enroll in the plan, and they may not purchase coverage for their spouses or children. The definition of part-time was changed from 28 hours or less per week to less than 34 hours per week. At the time, approximately one-third of Wal-Mart's workforce was part-time. By comparison, nationally, the average waiting period for health coverage for employees at large firms like Wal-Mart was 1.3 months.[42]

The Wal-Mart plan itself shifts much of the health care costs onto employees. In 1999, employees paid 36 percent of the costs. In 2001, the employee burden rose to 42 percent. Nationally, large-firm employees pay on average 16 percent of the premium for health insurance. Unionized grocery workers typically pay nothing.[43] Studies show that much of the decline in employer-based health coverage is due to shifts of premium costs from employers to employees.[44]

Moreover, Wal-Mart employees who utilize their health care confront high deductibles and co-payments. A single worker could end up spending around $6,400 out-of-pocket – about 45 percent of her annual full-time salary – before seeing a single benefit from the health plan.
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Old 12-05-2012, 11:48 AM   #129
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I don't necessarily agree with their practices, but they certainly aren't illegal and I don't think that they are immoral. People certainly aren't forced to work for them. I've had jobs that have been shitty and paid next to nothing and I worked the shitty one until I found something better.
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Old 12-05-2012, 11:55 AM   #130
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Fish... All this anger at Wal-Mart has clouded your ability to reason. Do you not realize that these same individuals would be further on the government take if they didn't have those jobs? How abou the simple fact that the same can be said fro ANY employer paying their workers between minimum wage and $11/hour. It just isn't a livable wage to start with.
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Old 12-05-2012, 12:24 PM   #131
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Well, it is the market rate. There's no way you can argue that.
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Old 12-05-2012, 01:00 PM   #132
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I will always pay more at another store, before patronizing wal-mart.

Make that choice every single week.
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Fish... All this anger at Wal-Mart has clouded your ability to reason. Do you not realize that these same individuals would be further on the government take if they didn't have those jobs? How abou the simple fact that the same can be said fro ANY employer paying their workers between minimum wage and $11/hour. It just isn't a livable wage to start with.
not true. They would have other jobs. Manufacturing jobs for example, because most of what WalMart sells is from China. There would be alot of other jobs as well. Tire stores, mechanics, mom and pop places, drugstores, hardware stores, appliance stores, etc. Wal Mart has put so many smaller operations out of business, that they have taken away far more jobs than they produce, and since they know they can, they pay less to the employees, give them less or no benefits, etc. Unfortunately, it's like boycotting the chiefs. There are enough people out there that care more about saving $3 on a pack of underwear than they do about helping out our economy as a whole.
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So, we found the"welfare queen" before the gov't did. no surprise here.
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Well, it is the market rate. There's no way you can argue that.
Walmart's wages have been well below the average of other similar retailers for a long long time.

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By keeping unions at bay, Wal-Mart keeps its wages low – even by general industry standards. The average supermarket employee makes $10.35 per hour. Sales clerks at Wal-Mart, on the other hand, made only $8.23 per hour on average, or $13,861 per year, in 2001. Some estimate that average "associate" salaries range from $7.50 to $8.50 per hour. With an average on-the-clock workweek of 32 hours, many workers take home less than $1,000 per month. Even the higher estimate of a $13,861 annual salary fell below the 2001 federal poverty line of $14,630 for a family of three. About one-third of Wal-Mart's employees are part-time, restricting their access to benefits. These low wages, to say the least, complicate employees' ability to obtain essential benefits, such as health care coverage, which will be explored in a later section.
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